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Be it known that

Lillian Francis Mask

having honorably completed the study as prescribed by the Faculty
and Board of Trustees and having complied with all other requirements of
the College has been declared a

Bachelor of Arts

and is entitled to all the rights and privileges appertaining theereto
In Testimony Whereof, the Board of Trustee, upon recommendations of the
Faculty has granted this diploma, bearing the seal of the College.

Done at Tyler, Texas, this the  28th  day of  July 1948.

/s/ Bishop Randall A. Carter            /s/ Daminion R. Glass
CHAIRMAN  OF THE BOARD                                   PRESIDENT

      /s/ S. Mallard                                                                              
SECRETARY OF THE BOARD                                                                   

The original document shown above was donated to the
Smith County Historical Society.


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